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March 4th, 2019
Defense, Democracy, Eastern Europe, Estonia, EU, Europe, Georgia, Germany, Global, Migration, Nuclear, Security, UK, US, Trade 

Must-Reads
Global/SecurityAutocracy’s Advance and Democracy’s Decline: National Security Implications of the Rise of Authoritarianism Around the World, Statement by Andrea Kendall-Taylor Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Estonia Estonia election: opposition party wins but far-right support doubles, Agence France-Press/Guardian
US - The Geography of Partisan Prejudice, Amanda Ripley, Rekha Tenjarla, Angela Y. He, The Atlantic
US/DemocracyMaking Better Use of Lessons From Abroad For American Democracy, Thomas Carothers, Didi Kuo, Carnegie Endowment
US/Trade - 2019 Trade Policy Agenda and 2018 Annual Report of the President of the United States on the Trade Agreements Program, USTR
US/TradeThe Impact of the 2018 Trade War on U.S. Prices and Welfare, Mary Amiti, Stephen J. Redding and David Weinstein, Centre for Economic Policy Research
US/EuropeManaging Transatlantic (Mis)Trust: The Trump Era in Perspective, Matti Pesu, Ville Sinkkone, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Nuclear - Mourning the INF Treaty, Tom Nichols, Foreign Affairs
UK/EUBrexit: Everyone Loses, but Britain Loses the Most, Maria C. Latorre, Zoryana Oleksyuk, Hidemichi Yonezawa, Sherman Robinson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
EU Europe Isn’t Realistic. It’s Weak, Adam Tooze, Foreign Policy
EU/DefenseAre PESCO projects fit for purpose? Alice Billon-Galland & Yvonni-Stefania Efstathio, European Leadership Network/IISS
Germany Enough Babble, Thorsten Benner, Berlin Policy Journal
Germany/Eastern Europe - The Eastern Blind Spot in German Leadership, Iulia-Sabina Joja, The American Interest
Germany/MigrationGermany’s Triple Asylum Roulette, Gerald Schneider, GMF
Georgia Decreasing level of trust in Georgian political parties: What does it mean for democracy and how to avoid negative consequences? Levan Kakhishvili, Georgian Institute of Politics

 
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Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, at Johns Hopkins University SAIS
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